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start off with clouds and flight arrival delays are an hour and 20 minutes in sfo and oakland is on time. 72 at 4:00. inland neighborhood, clouds are to the north and bright are by noon and dry air means it will be more comfortable this afternoon with temperatures in the upper 70's and the coast show clouds and mist for the morning commute and pockets of sunshine and 60 this afternoon. >> everything is moving nicely, so far, so good. we had an early accident at sierra point, a mail truck was stuck in a ditch. it is now cleared. you can see the slow traffic has gone away. we have a delay at sfo on bart at 15 or 20 minutes in pittsburg direction because of equipment problems. make your plans accordingly. we have the metering lights on at the bay bridge toll plaza and traffic is backing to the first parking lot and all the headlights are headed into the city. >> developing news this morning, a fierce wildfire continues to rage out of control near yosemite that jumped containment lines. the rim fire has been burning in the national forest for six days and only 5 percent contained. 16,000 acr
have a lot of low cloud cover this morning but no fog. we will have flight arrival delays into sfo. san jose shows it will be the back drop for our forecast, highlights are sunny this afternoon, and to the coast we will get sunshine and probably more tomorrow and mild today and warmer tomorrow and the highs drop below average through the weekend. a little bit of a roller coaster. that is going to be the worst thing we have to worry about be not bad, considering we are dodging lightning bolts and fire threats the last 72 hours. los gatos and morgan hill, mid-80's, and most of the santa clara valley in the mid-to-upper 70's and up the peninsula we have a lot of mid-70's and the exception is los altos at 77, and san mateo at 72 and millbrae at 70 and the coast is mid-60's and that will stretch all the way to downtown san francisco and south san francisco a couple of ticks warmer at 68 degrees and same thing with sausalito and mid-to-upper 70's through the north bay valley and the beaches at 10- to 15-degrees cooler. almost everyone makes it into the low-to-mid 70's but the excel is berkele
. there is a little drizzle on the golden gate and parts of oakland and sfo. but temperatures are in the 60s. a little system just moving in right there. helping to enhance that low cloud deck. very mild. 65. 60s if more. very few upper 50s. san jose at 64. san francisco starting off at 60. really stuck on the temperature. anywhere from 66 to 69. about the last week we will go 68 today. near average for this time of year. back to school continues for some today. alameda unified school district is back to school. starting off 62. we'll go 65. high today of 70 degrees. a lot of tropical clouds and heavy rain in southern california. so far it's staying out of the rim fire. might make it late tuesday and wednesday. a little cooler today. not much of a breeze. there is a little bit of a delta breeze. here is sal. >>> traffic is moving along okay if you are driving in many areas. although it is getting more crowded for this monday morning. the bay bridge. the metering lights have come on. and that means a crowd at the toll plaza. and no problems on the span. also looking another live picture. this is 880 in
tonight in connection with last month's deadly crash at sfo. the ntsb says it has received complained that some attorneys have contacted passengers directly, anticipating lawsuits. that would violate a law. the ntsb has taken action against a chicago law firm, referring it to the illinois bar. the law firm, though, denies anñ improprieties saying asiana passengers first contacted them. >>> a man was laid to rest today. we show you the long journey to a final resting place. >> reporter: for 62 years the only reminder this lady had of her uncle was a military photo and memories. >> he was pa sweetheart of a guy. he was fun. he was funny. he was active. he was a good athlete and a good dancer. >> reporter: in 1950, steinberg went off to fight in the korean war and never came back. all the family knew was that he had been taken prisoner and died. >> he's always been right here, always. because i always loved him so much. >> reporter: but on a windswept morning in the golden gate national cemetery in san bruno, steinberg's finally home. his remains were recently discovered in korea, using
delays at two bay area airports because of a computer glitch. people from sfo and san jose, said the computer system used to check in passengers is down right now. passengers are being checked in manually. and that's causing delays. the airlines affected at sfo are american, jetblue, virgin america and alaska airlines. at san jose, it's jetblue and alaska. we have calls out to oakland airport to see if airlines are affected there. we haven't received a response yet. hawaiian airline is also reporting problems tonight. right now, there's no indication when the system will be back up and running. >>> also new at 11:00, tragedy in okinawa, japan. smoke could be seen rising from the area where a u.s. military hospital crashed. the crash site is on a marine base. three men were rescued. one member of that crew is still missing tonight. no word on what caused the crash. investigators say no one on the ground was injured. >>> also at 11:00, gunfire at a council meeting in pennsylvania. tonight, three people are dead and three others are injured. this happened in ross township, about 85
-than-average. you can see the cloud cover at exploritorium and at sfo, there will be flight arrival delays so use the flight tracker at abc7 news cop. the next 12 hours, clouds and mist and drizzle through 7:00 with temperatures holding in the 50's and slow sunshine again today. we will call it partly sunny and by noon, mostly sunny inland, and 56 at coast to 70 and we are around 60 and 88 at 4:00 from the coast inland and 56 to 72, everyone is going to need a coat if you are headed out in the evening. the next three days, it is cooler. tomorrow is about the same, two to four degrees cooler on wednesday and another drop on thursday and that may not be the coolest day in the forecast. seven days worth of weather if a minute. >> coming up, bart will run today after an 11th hour maneuver puts off a strike. we will check the commute next. >> new details on the deadly weekend hit-and-run accident in southern california. but first america's money report. >> good morning, topping america's money apple gets the last minute reprieve from president obama, over the weekend, the president vetoed a ruling to
departing from sfo. saver went down about 9:30 this evening. american airlines and virgins and philippines airlines are all experiencing computer outages at this hour of sfo. all of its flights have already taken off for the night. the computer system checks in passengers. this break down does not affect incoming flights. right now all of these flights are delayed until the system is repaired. these delays can be carried over until tomorrow if the computer is not fixed tonight. san jose airplane is not experiencing delays either. they're doing manual boarding of passengers taking an alaska airlines of jet blue tonight. all along the west coast maybe affected by this saber system. we'll continue to update you on this situation. >>> at 11:00, all lanes of westbound interstate 880 are back open. you can see the flames in this video. it took crews more than nine hours to clean up the mess and longer to get the lanes open causing massive traffic back up on the bay bridge. traffic on the bridge has certainly improved for the past hours, clifford reports some commuters spent hours on the road whe
and boeing that crashed at sfo last month. we spoke with one of the attorneys involved in the suit and live at sfo with the story. >> reporter: dan, it is a 36-page lawsuit and while it does seek monetary compensation for damages, the lawyer said the main goal of the families is to make sure this never happens again. >> by then it's too late. >> reporter: the attorney said the lawsuit is filed as the most extensive and detailed explanation of what led up to the crash. >> poor training and resource management and inattention by the pilots and you have inadequate and ineffective warning systems. >> it states boeing should have updated them with knowa oral command warning like it did with the 737s after a flight crashed under similar circumstances in 2009. >> it's where words are used. low speed. it immediately captures the attention of the pilot that is in control. >> they also claim boeing's claim had defects. the captain said today's technology is useful, but a first responsibility is the safety of the passengers which means they have to know how to fly the airplane. >> somebody should have
and three other teens are in critical continue. >> the flight from south korea to sfo has a new number for asiana retiring flight number 214. the new flight number is 212. airlines often retire flight numbers after a disaster as a way of easing passenger worries. >> they plan to give $10,000 to every survivor on the flight that crashes at sfo last month, three people died and 300 others survived the crash on july 6. the money will cover medical expenses and other unexpected costs for the survivors of asiana flight 214. the passengers can still sue the korean carrier after taking the money. >> the am meat health system is ready to lay off five dozen workers with pink slips arriving at the hospital including the payment hotel and wellness clinics in hayward and east oak. the health officials are not giving reason why the 57 workers have to go but the network is bracing for major organizational changes including adding another two hospitals to the system. >> southern california fire officials say the silver fire is 90 percent contained after burning 20,000 acres of pressure if riverside c
not believe alcohol or drugs were a factor. >> the daily flight of asiana to sfo will have a new number starting today. they have retired flight 214. the new flight number is 212. airlines often retire flight numbers after a disaster as a way easing as jury worries. >> they plan to give $10,000 to every survivor on the flight that crashed at sfo last month. three people died and more than 300 others survivorred the crash on july 6, but the money will cover medical expenses and other up expected costs for the survivors of flight 214. the passengers can still sue the carrier after taking this money. >> bart trains are running this morning after a judge ordered a 60-day cooling-off period in contract negotiations between the transit agency and the unions. there is still the possibility employees could strike after october 10 if both sides can not reach an agreement on a new contract by then. also today, the billionaire behind tesla motors and spacex is exacted to reveal detail on his plan to create a new form of transportation. it is called hyper loop, and the system will be able to move p
a temporary ban on side-by-side landings by foreign airlines at sfo. the f.a.a. noticed an increase in aborted landings after an instrument landing system was taken out of service in june. foreign carriers rely on it. the system was off when asiana flight 214 crashed and the landing system is new back online. >> oakland city council sill man has decided not to run against marian kwan next year according to the "san francisco chronicle" changing his mind about the candidacy last week say his daughter talked him out it. he says she was concern aboutly history of heart problems and said she wants him to be around to play with his grandchild. >> 50 years ago today that thousands of activists marched on washington and heard martin luther king's i have a dream teach which are commemorated today in the nation's capitol. in 1963 hundreds of thousands descended peacefully on washington to hear king's movie famous speech, the refrain "let freedom ring" will be observed by the ringing of bells at noon, our time. >> perhaps by then the mist and the clouds we have this morning will have dissipated with us
on highway 101 on the peninsula from sfo to this point on highway 92 and 101 from the airport to 92 interchange is clear. it is moving at the speed limit in both directions. >> thank you, dick. the closing lasts for five full days and the bridge will re-open by 5:00 next tuesday morning and perhaps earlier and we will alert all twitter followers the moment it opens at abc7 news bay area on twitter. >> another look at the round-the-clock work on the span of the bay bridge and we are steaming this for you and we will stream the caltran morning construction update at 8:00. the afternoon briefing this afternoon is at 4:30. on our website in is information on the extra service that bart, a.c. transit and the ferries provide to get you to the events over the weekend. the big event monday is 3:00 p.m. chain-cutting ceremony on the new bay bridge which will be aired here on abc7 news. >> abc7 news begins with breakings news. there was an officer involved shooting in east san jose when a robbery suspect was shot. police say at 1:00 o'clock a.m. officers spotted a car they believed was used i
but they are expected to survive. >>> survivors of the asiana airlines flied that crashed at sfo will get an initial $10,000 in compensation. the airline says the money is to cover medical and transportation costs. the 288 passengers who survived are eligible for the payments but the carrier may be told to pay more after the ntsb completes its investigation. three teens from china died when the boeing 777 struck the sea wall at sfo on july 6th. >>> crews out working very hard this morning finally able to put out a big time fire a house fire in selano county. this happened on a neighborhood near vacaville. the flames got as high as the trees in that area and there were several loud explosions coming from the home during this fire. happy to report nobody was hurt but three buildings and several cars were destroyed. >> the teenager at the center of a west coast amber alert is back with her father this morning. family members say it could be a few more days before brett anderson finally has 16-year-old hannah back home in southern california. until then the family is taking time to cel
, puc, sfo. we'll also be performing a single audit for mta and various agreed upon procedures as listed on the slide here. we will also be performing a single audit over sfo. and the audit will be performed in accordance with u.s. gaap, u.s. gas and u.s. government auditing standards. slide 15 highlights the report that we will be issuing in accordance with this audit plan. as i mentioned before, we will be issuing audit reports on the financial statements of hss, mta, puc, and sfo. we will also be issuing a single audit report for mta, a tda compliance letter for mta. various agreed upon procedure reports, various public compliance reports for mta, report on [inaudible]. and also a single audit report for sfo. i did want to highlight on this slide that in the prior years single audit report, there was one finding in relation to noncompliance with the davis beacon requirement with respect to the timeliness of submission of weekly certified payroll reports. we do anticipate adding this to our current year schedule. we'll be looking to ensure that the recommendations have been implemented
that allowed him to sue the airline. jean elle joins us from sfo with the inside story. >> reporter: the 60-year-old passenger who filed this lawsuit tells me he's wondering if his life will ever be the same. he managed to walk off the wreckage that is still here at sfo. but tonight, he says, he can't escape the pain from a back injury or nightmares about the crash. >> with the seat belt, that made me not -- surprising enough. because the impact was very strong. >> reporter: henry says he remembers slamming to the tarmac when flight 214 crashed in sfo. but he's not sure how he ended up with a cracked jaw, a strained neck and a shattered vertebrae in his spine. >> i cannot -- because of the pain. also, i have -- >> reporter: he spent a restless and painful month recovering in a san francisco hotel. he can't return home to shanghai, china, and his job as a university professor, until his back heals and he can sit through the 11-hour flight. he's not sure when that will be or if the pain will ever go away. >> cannot -- can't heal or -- i don't know. >> reporter: he filed a lawsuit against the
:00, the exclusive look at the photos helping to shape the investigation of the asiana crash at sfo. >>> first. >> as much area as we can. it's just begun. >> search crews are working through the night, looking for sandra coke, the federal investigator who has been missing since sunday. >>> thanks for joining us. >> new developments tonight in the search for an oakland woman. sandra coke. earlier today, nbc bay area obtained exclusive information that police have detained a person of interest in her disappearance. he is 56-year-old randy alana, a convicted sex offender, who has a personal history with coke. and tonight, police are taking their search into vallejo. that's where we find cheryl hurd. >> reporter: police agencies are looking for sandra coke. they will not tell us what led them there but they are pulling out all the stops to find her. members of the major crimes unit homicide left oakland police headquarters tonight, heading for the fairgrounds in vallejo, to search for a missing oakland woman, sandra coke. >> there's a person of interest. and that person has been arrested on a sep
. >>> flight at sfo this morning you might encounter a little drizzle. so we have a lot of low clouds. ♪ [ male announcer ] wouldn't it be great if all devices had backup power? the chevrolet volt does. it's ingeniously designed to seamlessly switch from electricity to gas to extend your driving range. no wonder volt is america's best-selling plug-in. that's american ingenuity to find new roads. right now, get a 2013 chevrolet volt for around $269 per month. >>> welcome back time is 5:12. a soldier with bay area roots will receive the highest military honor. ty carter will receive the medal of honor at the white house. kyla campbell is joining us live in washington, d.c. where president obama will honor sergeant carter. kyla. >> reporter: dave, carter will become just the fifth living medal of honor recipient. he saved the live of fellow soldiers in 2009. another survivor of that same fight received a medal of honor in february. receiving the medal of honor effectively makes carter undeployable and he wants to continue his service working with wounded warriors and sharing his struggled with pts
demonstrations. what led to this proposal? new rules for foreign airlines coming into sfo. what it means for travelers. details ahead. look at 'em. living on cloud nine with that u-verse wireless receiver. you see in my day, when my mom was repainting the house, you couldn't just set up a tv in the basement. i mean, come on! nope. we could only watch tv in the rooms that had a tv outlet. yeah if we wanted to watch tv someplace else, we'd have to go to my aunt sally's. have you ever sat on a plastic covered couch? [ kids cheering ] you're missing a good game over here. those kids wouldn't have lasted one day in our shoes. [ male announcer ] add a wireless receiver. call to get u-verse tv for just $19 a month with qualifying bundles. rethink possible. >> new flight restrictions at the san francisco international airport. they come after the crash of flight asiana 204. they only involve international flights. scott shows us what they say. >> reporter: they took these actions after noticing an increase in the amount of go arounds. these new regulationings have gone on a week at sfo. let me s
in the u.s. we're live at sfo. reporter: local authorities are not going into specifics, but the san francisco police department does acknowledge receiving a bulletin from the fbi and the department of home lean security. sfpd says their officers are monitoring various areas of the city and will determine if additional resources are necessary. they say they have the ability to rapidly deploy and redeploy resources as the department deems necessary. no specific location has been mentioned but authority are keeping a close eye on airports, train stations and other transportation hubs and increased scrutiny of visitors coming into the united states. so while the recent intelligence contains no, quote, nexus to the u.s. apple homeland the measures have been implemented out of an abundance of caution. >> they're they al qaeda faction that still talks about hitting the west and hitting the homeland, and their expertise is chemical explosives, hitting the aviation sector, as we saw with the underwear bomber. so we're on a high state of alert. >> ama: the bullet continue sent by the fbi and
stations and other travel hubs in the u.s. we're live at sfo. reporter: local authorities are not going into specifics, but the san francisco police department does acknowledge receiving a bulletin from the fbi and the department of home lean security. sfpd says their officers are monitoring various areas of the city and will determine if additional resources are necessary. they say they have the ability to rapidly deploy and redeploy resources as the department deems necessary. no specific location has been mentioned but authority are keeping a close eye on airports, train stations and other transportation hubs and increased scrutiny of visitors coming into the united states. so while the recent intelligence contains no, quote, nexus to the u.s. apple homeland the measures have been implemented out of an abundance of caution. >> they're they al qaeda faction that still talks about hitting the west and hitting the homeland, and their expertise is chemical explosives, hitting the aviation sector, as we saw with the underwear bomber. so we're on a high state of alert. >> ama: the bullet c
,000 riders daily. >>> new details in the investigation of a teenager at the asiana crash at sfo. there's no video of the crash scene. the first responders found a 16-year-old near the plane but did not tell supervisors who arrived later. first responders may have mistakenly thought she was already dead. these are images now from the helmet mounted camera video it shows no evidence the supervisor was ever informed the girl had been found. she was struck and ultimately killed by a fire truck. >>> tomorrow marks the one-year anniversary since the chevron refinery fire. sending thousands of people to local hospitals. today chevron agreed to pay $2 million in fines and restitution, pleading no contest to six charges involving efficiencies and equipment use. chevron still faces a lawsuit from the city of richland. protesters take criminal charges following a weekend protest by activists and city leaders. >>> the bay area is on the way to a dubious record another murder. she was killed as someone opened fire as she sat inside a car early saturday morning. it happened just a block from san jos
yesterday everyone shot above. well today very similar pattern. s is fo two above. sfo two above. there is a little bit of a slightly more of a westerly breeze. i think temperatures inland will be very close. 70 yesterday in as far as. san jose 85. high pressure built back in for a couple days. yesterday it started. it will continue today and tomorrow. 60s and 70s by the coast. 70s and 80s by the bay. 90s inlapped. as we look forward high pressure will squash that fog. it looks like it will lift as a little area of low pressure lifts. 50s and 60s on the temps. upper 50s and 60s not much of agrees attrist. there was bun -- higher elevations. a little bit more of a breeze today. sfo12. west at 12. livermore seven. there that is a little stronger than yesterday. livermore hit 97 yesterday. one of the forecast models went 98 today. i didn't buy into that. i split the difference. this system right there will move in beginning tomorrow. that will cool us down. today if you enjoyed yesterday it will be about the same as today. low clouds fog nice to warm to hot. cooling trend friday and
low and thick it is causing 1 hour and 49 minute flight arrival delays in sfo. we have winds which will be an issue from 2:00 to 8:00 this evening and coming from the southwest today, 15- to 25-knots and the area that is shaded, the bay water to the delta, and our fastest wind is 14 miles per hour at sfo and 12 at half moon bay and 13 at fairfield and everyone is less than ten miles per hour. the cloud cover shows how quickly sit move back to the coast and the clouds are there. you will need sunscreen at the coast even if it is darker where you are. temperatures are 61 if san francisco and 64 at half moon bay, and 69 in oak, and 67 in hayward, and 68 in san ramon and fremont and everyone else is in the 70's unless los gatos and antioch, at 80 and 82 degrees. our forecast highlights, warm sunshine today and temperatures are close to average and slightly humid out there for our standards, and more clouds and drizzle along the coast and the weekend is still trending cooler. this is how it looks from the east bay, the cloud deck is across the coast and that is sutro tower sticking abov
airlines flight headed to sfo was forced to turn around. >> the man charged in the wikileaks case heads to court. >> a teenager gets stuck in a chimney. they got him out. what was he >> a united airlines flight headed to san francisco from london was forced to return to heathrow after losing cabin pressure. united is inspecting the 747 and is helping passengers rebook flights. >> the u.s. army soldier convicted of leaking u.s. government secrets to wikileaks with heal to wait one more day to find out how much time he will spend in prison. a judge is still deliberating the sentence for private bradley manning and will announce the decision tomorrow morning. manning faces up to 90 years in prison for the biggest leak of classified information in the army's history about the war in afghanistan and iraq. prosecutors say he should be locked up four 60 years. mapping's lawyer says he can be rehabilitated. >> delware's attorney general, the son of vice-president joe biden, is undergoing tests. he was admitted after he became weak and disoriented. he began experiencing systems while driving to
at sfo. we have a warming trend that will not last very long and our coolest weather co >> covering santa rosa, berkeley, san jose, and all the bay area, this is abc7 news. >> back to our breaking news story from southern california, this is the 210 freeway in the city of irvindale where a tour but has overturned carrying 40 people, and 35 injuries are recorded but no one is critical. the freeway is all but shut down. it happened at 10:00 this morning. we will bring you more updates on the story as they become available. >> mike nicco, this is summer, right? >> supposed to be but august has been cooler-than-average temperatures and today is a day where we continue that normal trend. now, everything is quiet, with live doppler 7 hd showing the air is relatively dry outside of the marine layer of clouds and most of the storms to the north and notice how they are rotating away from us to the north as the area of low pressure has finally moved away. we are on the underside or south side and you can sea the winds are up ten miles per hour at sfo and 12 at napa and 31 in fairfield, 12 at liverm
it is not clear. currently 60 degrees, winds out of the west. 16 to 18 miles an hour. right now at sfo. gusts at 33 degrees. great start, blue finish, making a forecast. back to school forecast. we have that for you. today's numbers, 60s beaches, middle 70s to the bay. 80 in mountain view. low 80s, slightly above average. a couple degrees above normal in the 80s through san rafael. 61 degrees for overnight lows, yes, we will become overcast and know that because of the future cast. very deep marine layer. in the overnight hours as well. the clouds want to retreat very rapidly tomorrow. there you have 3:00 a.m. morning commute, stratus mixed in the seashore and off of the coast, but, otherwise high pressure is now beginning to filter in with the pass right there. that is an area of low pressure, causing drizzle early this morning. it is out of here. not before enhancing our marine layer. as it does that anticipate airport delays, sfo on arrives nights, marine layer. high pressure filling in. as it does so is. it is a different pattern heading back to school. the bottom line is numbers pretty s
to catch at sfo from the east bay you will want to give yourself the extra bit of time and arrive an hour ahead of your flight schedule so give yourself an extra hour to get yourself from the east bay and toward the airport. we have construction in some places and this will last until 5:00, westbound 24 is where we will see a couple of lanes blocked. it is not slowing things down so you are in good shape to 580 or the nimitz to make it to oakland and toward the san mateo bridge. we have a live picture of the bridge and this is walnut creek so 680 if you need to make it through 680 toward pleasanton hill to walnut creek you are looking at clear conditions and slight buildup of traffic but we are in good shape. mike nicco has more on the weather. >> good morning, everyone, we have a little bit of a wind and it is blowing on shore and it is bringing more clouds to our neighborhoods but any organized rain is not out there but you will run into patchy drizzle headed through the morning commute especially the closer you are to the bay and to the coast. we are going to have a lot of sunshine. it
.a. and sfo, why the new service isn't for everyone. >> safety on the high seas. the changes that will allow to you check the crime stats on your cruise ship. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, get there. delta airlines is starting a new hourly she service between s-f-o and l. ticket >>> people who want to go to los angeles will soon have a new way to get there. delta airlines is starting an hourly shuttle service between sfo and l.a.x. but don't bank on lower ticket prices to the southland. this airport monitor says it all. san francisco to los angeles is a popular route with dozens of flights every day. and there soon will be 14 more. starting in september, delta will begin daily shuttle service between sfo and l.a.x. >> a pretty big deal. >> reporter: san francisco- based travel writer chris mcginnis says the move is in response to the boom in business at both ends of the california corridor. >> the entertainment industry in los angeles and the tech industry in san francisco and the bay area silicon valley are increasingly intertwined. they aa re lot of money. >> reporter: like other shuttles that link b
was forced to make an unexpected landing at sfo because of an engine failure. united airlines flight 853 took off from sfo with 342 people on board just before midnight last night. it was bound for sidney, but force it had to return to sfo just minutes into the flight after one of its four engines failed. no word yet on the cause. >>> developing news from southern california. a man has been booked into custody in connection with a hit-and-run that left one person dead and 11 others injured in los angeles. authorities say the 38 man was taken into custody after the dark-colored sedan you see here drove on to the boardwalk and into the crowd just after 6:00 yesterday evening. witnesses said the driver seemed to be purposely aiming for them. >> he just drove and took that left turn down the center of the boardwalk and just started driving and bodies were scattering and bodies were flying in the air and people were screaming. it was absolute mayhem. >> when he swerved and starting gunning it down the boardwalk, you could tell he intentionally continued to drive and speed up, that's when it became
was forced to make an unexpected landing at sfo because of an engine failure. it took off with 342 people on board just before midnight last night. it was bound for sidney, but force it had to return to sfo just minutes into the flight after one of its four engines failed. no word yet on the cause. >>> developing news from southern california. amarna has been booked into custody in connection with a hit-and-run that left one person dead and others injured. authorities say the dark-coloured sedan you see here drove on to the board walk and into the crowd just after 6 9:00 yesterday evening. witnesses said the driver seemed to be purposely aiming for them. >> he just drove and took that left turn down the center of the boardwalk and just started driving and bodies were scattering and bodies were flying in the air and people were screaming. it was absolute mayhem. >> when he swerved and starting gunning it down the boardwalk, you could tell he intentionally continued to drive and speed up, that's when it became like jaw dropping like you just freeze and what is happening here? >> police say
revelations concerning miscommunication over the crash of 214 at sfo. this is video from a firefighter helmet camera indicating a fire department supervisor was never told that a young passenger had been placed on the runway where a fire rig hit and killed her. this was according to a report in the chronicle accompanied by amazing pictures. the camera shows the survivor being run over by a rig after mistaken for dead and placed on the runway. >> the san mateo her is searching for a is-year-old who walked away from a juvenile detention facility around 6:30 last night, a minimum security facility. he is described as a black male wearing a burgundy shirt and tap pants. we know the name of a woman shot to death in san jose usually on saturday morning. the unanimous-year-old kimberly joyce was shot in south 2nd and died. she was riding in a car and someone fired on the vehicle. detectives want to find out the motive. this is san jose's 30th homicide of the year. >> time to check on the weather. i don't know if it was mist or drizzle had me turning on the wipers. >> a little bit of both, mist and d
. it is cloudy. there is drizzle. if you want to follow us at sfo the cloud cover is spilling into the bay from the coast. 7 miles per hour at santa row creating 1 hour flight arrival delays at sfo and oakland and san jose on time. i hoped to cash the run rise, but we lose two minutes of sunshine each day the sunrise is getting later and later. i would like to stay on this shot, just a beautiful uplighting of the clouds and fantastic colors. the drizzle is the big story through the morning and the temperatures in the 50's, with chilled sunshine and the temperatures will be below average, and more drizzle the next couple of nights and a dry push and slow warming trend will start. now, today, you can see the cloud cover dominant through at least 10:00 and we will start to see clearing in the east bay and inland valleys in the south bay and by noon we have cleared as much as we going to clear and there is still fog along the lower valleys and the coast and the north bay and you can see the public of fog across san francisco reaching over to berkeley and oakland and richmond and that will probable
commute everything is quiet. we have the clouds rolling in and expecting delays at sfo. a great start. 60 at 7:00. partly cloudy at noon and 66 and breezy by 4:00. inland we have mostly clouds, rolling in right now and 60, and it will be sunny by noon and 74 with dry air keeping us cloudy and 84 and storms will be to the north. leyla gulen? >> we had an accident in san jose but that is being pushed over to the shoulder. it is causing enough traffic northbound 101 before you get to the nimitz. as we look at this drive down 80 as you make the commute -- no, across the bay bridge to san francisco it is clear. we are seeing a buildup of traffic at ten minutes from emeryville to san francisco and looking at our drive time traffic 580 looking good, and antioch to concord is half an hour. from san rafael to san francisco is 17 minutes and mass transit is all on time. muni is going to be running extra service for the game today at at&t park. >> we are following breaking news from mexico with an earthquake in mexico city and the 6.1 earthquake hit after 5:40 pacific time a little more than 20 minu
without bail. >>> asiana airlines will retire the number of the flight that crashed at sfo on july 6. starting august 12, the route from seoul to sfo will carry flight number 212. dropping flight numbers involves [ indiscernible ] chopper 5 was above mineta san jose international airport when a plane came in with a blown tire. emergency crews were on hand when the southwest flight landed yesterday but they were not needed. pilots on the flight from denver reported they lost a tire on take-off. fire department trucks followed the 737 all the way to the get as a precaution >>> caltrans is giving you a closer look at how engineers plan to fix the defective bolt problem on the bay bridge. workers are constructing a steel saddle a 144,000-pound contraption that will be attached to two giant piers to secure a plate. that's the job the broken bolts were supposed to do. they already plan to put temporary shims to insert into the bearings. >> there's going to be some additional external review to confirm, you know, what we believe those shims will actually do what the actual fabrication wor
it will change the number of flights to and from seoul, south korea. starting monday, the flight to sfo will be flight 212. the return flight to seoul flight 211. something airlines do after a disaster like the one that killed three teenagers at sfo on july 6th. now as for wreckage sfo spokesman tells abc 7 news asiana wants to hold on to the plane but has not been able to find another facility large enough to store it. >> stormer -- former san francisco supervisor ed jew was transfered from a federal prison in kern county to a halfway house last week meaning he can leave for work or medical treatment in 2009 he pleaded guilty to charges and sentenced to 64 months in prison. in his stay goes well, he becomes eligible for home confinement this month. >> cleaner city is a safer city says the city attorney releasing several travels showing extent of the problem in some neighborhoods. the city encouraging residents to send in pictures or video to help them track down dumpers and make them pay for crimes f you see any illegal dumping take a shot of it. we have links to the official sites whe
will be on air starting at 4 a.m. >>> san francisco's famous fog made for quite a trip to sfo last night for a virgin america flight. passengers aboard flight 353 were forced to make an unexpe unexpected stop in san jose after the plane almost ran out of fuel. the flight was bound for sfo but fog delays kept them from landing there and the plane didn't have enough fuel to circle so it was diverted to mineta san jose where the plane refueled and took off once again for sfo. it landed just after 11 last night. >>> the own others of a redwood city apartment complex that caught fire last month now being taken to court for that incident, along with a brand-new set of claims. the hallmark house affordable housing complex caught fire on july 7th, displacing 97 people and some resident there is now filing suit against the owner of the complex, kdf hallmark lp for lost belongings. the company was also sued in march by two residents who claim they suffered carbon monoxide poison from a clogged wall heater. a judge will get an update on that case's progress some time later today. >>> hundreds of st
aviation administration has not lifted a temporary landing restrictions for foreign airlines sfo. the restriction was put in place two weeks after the deadly july 6th asoama crash. -- asiana. it had prevented foreign airlines from lending side by side. the faa now says the research was lifted last week when the sfo is an instrument landing system was put back into service. that landing system which is not a mandatory to help calculate the descent have for pilots through a computerized system. >>james: to the to pose as utility workers to get inside people's homes and vallejo have been identified according to police, they say, these men are responsible for an august 7th home invasion robbery and vallejo. rate for mandel--ray fernando fraire we see on your left has been arrested and is facing armed robbery charges. a second suspect darryl lee cox remains at large and is wanted for questioning in the same armed robbery crime. police say, similar crimes have been happening recently in several cities, or thieves are posing as city workers. utility employees and tree trimmers and more
of the country at the international terminal at sfo. >> it's a global travel alert, but the u.s. is concentrating much of its attention on the muslim world. abc news spoke exclusively with the chairman of the joint chiefs. >> the intent is to attack western, not just u.s., interests. >> the alert expires at the end of the month, but one of them , the travel agents, say they around taking it into a concern. the comments reflect the attitudes of most international travelers we spoke to at sfo. >> it's an everyday thing now. terrorists and whatever. >> i'm from london. we are used to travel problems all the time. if you listened to them all, you wouldn't go anywhere. >> but bob baer, a former cia case officer the mideast, says the threat in that region appears to be very real. >> i would say if you don't have urgent business in that part of the world, you shouldn't go. >> the closing of 20 embassies and 20 consulates in the mideast is the sign the u.s. has picked up on what they believe to be a credible threat. >> it has to be fairly specific, the sources, the phone calls are probably pretty well-kn
, the flight to sfo will be flight 212. the return flight to seoul flight 211. something airlines do after a disaster like the one that killed three teenagers at sfo on july 6th. now as for wreckage sfo spokesman tells abc 7 news asiana wants to hold on to the plane but has not been able to find another facility large enough to store it. >> stormer -- former san francisco supervisor ed jew was transfered from a federal prison in kern county to a halfway house last week meaning he can leave for work or medical treatment in 2009 he pleaded guilty to charges and sentenced to 64 months in prison. in his stay goes well, he becomes eligible for home confinement this month. >> cleaner city is a safer city says the city attorney releasing several travels showing extent of the problem in some neighborhoods. the city encouraging residents to send in pictures or video to help them track down dumpers and make them pay for crimes f you see any illegal dumping take a shot of it. we have links to the official sites where you can send it. just ugly thing. >> it's crazy. people are that brazen witness. we
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